We have a lot of love for Danish brands here at Urban Industry. We were one of the first UK stores to stock Rascals’ when they appeared on the scene and we’ve long been supporters of Libertine-Libertine. As the most recent (and in fairness, all) Norse Projects lookbook attests, Scandinavians just do things better when it comes to men’s fashion. As well as similar postcodes, there’s a certain clean aesthetic that links all these brands together. Libertine-Libertine distinguish themselves with this new Spring/Summer 2014 collection that features a series of bright and colourful prints. Personal favourites include the allover Monkey King print. Elsewhere we have a strong selection of cut & sew and some seasonally appropriate short-sleeve shirts.
Libertine-Libertine was established in Copenhagen during the summer of 2009 by Rasmus Bak, Pernille Schwarz and Peter Munch Ovesen. Motivated to create a brand based on existentialism, high quality and well-designed products, Libertine-Libertine strives to stimulate the creative soul without restrictions. Inspired by city lights, wild shores & contemporary culture, the collections define an assured and effortless design consisting of seasonal styles and a new take on classics. Multifaceted projects with like-minded collaborators are launched simultaneously, depicting a modern way of grasping life.